Progressive Teachers' Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ)

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    Teachers want ZIMSEC November exams moved to January 2022

    By Mutsa Makuvaza TEACHERS have called on Government to postpone public exams set for October this year to next year January as there has been hardly any learning in schools, with radio lessons “shallow” and only reaching a small percentage of the candidates population. This comes as UNICEF estimated last week that 40 per cent of all school-aged children across…

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    List of teachers bunking lessons submitted to Public Service Commission

    THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has compiled the list of teachers who skipped lessons last month and sent it to the Public Service Commission as Government moves to enforce the policy of no-work no-pay. This was disclosed yesterday by Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa, who adder that the list of teachers missing from their classrooms…

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    Govt agrees to increase civil servants salaries

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has bowed to pressure and agreed to consider another adjustment on civil servants’ salaries after teachers threatened a full-blown strike last week as their employer moved to effect a no-work-no-salary policy. Last Thursday, Public Service minister Paul Mavima confirmed the development in Senate, saying government was considering another “slight adjustment” to the “staggered 70%” wage offer…

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